Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate, SPS, and Seminary Students
Incoming graduate, SPS, and seminary students are required to complete the online course “Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students” before beginning their studies.
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Prior to your starting semester you will receive an invitation from Everfi on behalf of North Park University to complete a mandatory online training, Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students
You will need a computer with internet access and audio capabilities to complete the Sexual Assault Prevention course. You can do Part 1 in multiple sittings, but must click “Next” at the end of each section of the course to save your work before logging out. If you do not click “Next” you will have to repeat the section.
You may be asked to complete surveys with your own personal information. This will help personalize your experience and measure students’ alcohol-related attitudes and behaviors. Your survey responses are confidential. North Park University will only receive information about the student body as a whole and will never see your individual answers.
Should you experience technical difficulties while completing Sexual Assault Prevention for Graduate Students, click the “Help” button to access a 24/7 online help center.
These online, non-opinionated, science-based programs were developed by a company called EverFi, are used at schools around the country, and are completed by hundreds of thousands of students each year. They are confidential and personalized: North Park University won’t know what answers or information you input. We’ll just get a report that you have completed it, and data about our incoming students as a whole group.
The course includes a variety of tools and information sources, including videos, blogs, infographics, and strategies and tips for making responsible decisions and acting as a positive influences for your friends.
- To promote a healthy, safe environment at North Park
- To empower you to make informed decisions about alcohol, relationships, and ways you can create a safe community
- To prepare you to respond appropriately to the varying situations and influences you might encounter on a college campus